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world-famous Baroque city of Dresden, one of the culturally richest cities in the Western world. Dresden is about 800 years old and is the capital of the German federal state of Saxony situated at the river Elbe.

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The top, apparently hand-tinted photo, from 1920's or earlier, bought in a junk shop, hung on my wall for many years. Nobody could identify the city until a few years ago, I came on the Semper Opera House (farthest in the background) and so, it was Dresden. Most of the buildings were destroyed in  the war and rebuilt (many with original stones pulled from rubble) and recent view is similar to old photo.

The top, apparently hand-tinted photo, from 1920's or earlier, bought in a junk shop, hung on my wall for many years. Nobody could identify the city until a few years ago, I came on the Semper Opera House (farthest in the background) and so, it was Dresden. Most of the buildings were destroyed in the war and rebuilt (many with original stones pulled from rubble) and recent view is similar to old photo.

One of the most beautiful christmas markets in Germany: DRESDEN

Dresden Striezelmarkt 2010 by Torsten Hufsky - Jason and I were here in 2009 and there is no Christmas feeling like a German Christmas Market! It's one of the things I miss most about living in Europe.

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Hans Körnig. an der Bautzner Straße. Radierung, Aquatinta auf Kupfer, 1958. In der Äußeren Neustadt in Dresden an der Ecke Rothenburger Straße, durch die Häuserlücke an der Bautzner Straße ist die Martin-Luther Kirche sichtbar. Die Darstellung ist seitenverkehrt. © Repro: Museum Körnigreich

Hans Körnig. an der Bautzner Straße. Radierung, Aquatinta auf Kupfer, 1958. In der Äußeren Neustadt in Dresden an der Ecke Rothenburger Straße, durch die Häuserlücke an der Bautzner Straße ist die Martin-Luther Kirche sichtbar. Die Darstellung ist seitenverkehrt. © Repro: Museum Körnigreich

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